We are proud to announce that we’re going to be adding to ONEder’s Transition Suite! In the next few months, you’ll be able to access ONEder’s Transition Curriculum. To get you as excited as we are, we’ve put some preview lessons in the ONEder library! (more…)
By Anna Wolfe
Are you one of those people who sometimes think to yourself, “if I had the time, I’d write a novel”? Here’s how Matthew Dennion is finding the time! On top of his full-time job teaching children with special needs, Matthew has published nine books, including Atomic Rex, Kaiju Corps, and Operation Roc. (more…)
Music Is Personal, Education Should Be Too
by Jason Gross
If you’re a teacher, you know that education can be as personal as music; that by creating a ‘playlist’ of activities and lessons tailored to each student’s individual needs, you enhance their learning experience, and leave them better equipped for success. As educators (and administrators) get more comfortable with edtech tools like ONEder, the process of creating a personalized learning experience for students is becoming both easier and faster. However, we all still have much to learn in this area. ONEder spoke with educators at some of the nation’s top music programs to get their advice on how we can make our classrooms as dynamic as their music programs.
We’ve all been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and according to Sam Kass, Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition to Barack Obama, that’s no joke; “research shows that when kids have a consistent, nutritious breakfast, their chances of graduating increase by 20%…. when we give our kids the nourishment they need, we give them the chance to thrive, both in the classroom and beyond.” (more…)